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Girl in her 20s hit by a train between Romford and Ilford

PUBLISHED: 10:05 07 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:55 07 August 2018

Police and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby Fonefix

Police and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby Fonefix

Bobby Fonefix

TFL and Greater Anglia trains were cancelled following the incident this morning.

Police and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby FonefixPolice and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby Fonefix

TFL and Greater Anglia trains have been cancelled after a woman was struck by a train at Seven Kings Station.

Police and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby FonefixPolice and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby Fonefix

British Transport Police received a call at 9.37am this morning (Tuesday, August 7) and officers and paramedics attended the scene.

Police has said that the woman in her 20s was removed from under the train and taken to a place of safety.

Police and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby FonefixPolice and emergency services outside of Seven Kings Station. Photo: Bobby Fonefix

Fortunately she was not killed but suffered minor injuries.

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